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Flight Operations To Cannes Film Festival 2022

Flight Operations to Cannes Film Festival 2022

The 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival gets underway from May 17 to 28 with private jets from all over the globe gravitating to the South of France for the prestigious event. Organizers are set to axe COVID-19 curbs ahead of the diamond jubilee event. with no plans to test attendees, as it did last year, and no mark mandate at screenings. The majority of private jets with passengers destined for Cannes will pass through either Nice Cote d’Azur Airport (LFMN) or Mandelieu Airport (LFMD).
Flight Operations To The World Economic Forum, Davos

Business Jet Parking for WEF in Davos

Business jet parking spots for the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos next month are in short supply. Although there is still some availability depending on the aircraft type, these are being snapped up on a first-come, first-served basis. Any operators considering Zurich Airport (LSZH) during WEF should not hesitate any longer to make requests. 
Flight Operations To The World Economic Forum, Davos

Flight Operations to the World Economic Forum, Davos

After a two-year hiatus, the World Economic Forum will return to Davos from May 22-26.Under the theme of, “Working Together, Restoring Trust”, topics up for discussion will include economic recovery in the wake of the pandemic, tackling climate change, harnessing new technologies, and achieving peace.WEF 2022 will be the first physical leadership event since the COVID-19 pandemic and will bring a lot of business jet traffic to Switzerland.
European Countries Ease COVID Entry Requirements

European Countries Ease COVID Entry Requirements

A number of European countries have ended all entry restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with others relaxing rules significantly. Ireland Ireland has called a halt to all restrictions for all arriving international travelers; proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative PCR test result are no longer required. A completed Passenger Locator Form for each visitor has also been scrapped.
UAS To Share Expertise At IOC 2022 In Los Angeles

UAS To Share Expertise at IOC 2022 in Los Angeles

The 2022 NBAA International Operators Conference (IOC2022) gets underway from March 14-16 in Los Angeles, CA, with UAS a proud sponsor of the IOC Scholarship Fund. The UAS team will be in attendance to meet delegates and share insight and advice for operators hoping to enhance efficiency overcome specific pain points in their domestic and international operations. UAS experts will also be sharing their knowledge in two presentations taking place during the event.
U.S. Moves To Close Airspace To Russians

U.S. Moves to Close Airspace to Russians

The United States has joined the EU and Canada and moving to ban Russian aircraft from its airspace. The prohibition will include any aircraft that is owned, certified, operated, registered, chartered, leased, or controlled by, for, or for the benefit of a person who is a citizen of Russia will be prohibited from flying over the U.S.
Europe Closes Airspace To All Russian Aircraft

The EU Shuts Airspace To All Russian Aircraft

The European Union has closed its airspace to all Russian aircraft. Strengthening sanctions in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the EU proposed the prohibition on all Russian-owned, registered, or controlled aircraft on February 27.. From now on, aircraft owned, chartered, or otherwise controlled by a Russian native or citizen will not be able to land in, take off from, or overfly EU territory. 
Ukrainian Airspace Closed For Civil Operations

Ukrainian Airspace Closed for Civil Operations

Ukrainian airspace has been closed for civil aviation operations due to the high safety risks caused by military activity. The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is reminding operators that this is now an active conflict zone. Ukrainian airspace and infrastructure, including airports, are now exposed to military activities which result in safety risks. The possible use of a range of ground and airborne warfare systems poses a significant risk to operations and aircraft at all levels.
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